Terpenes are becoming a popular subject on the hemp market, with many CBD brands introducing new products with rich terpene profiles. Companies add these aromatic compounds to products to enhance their effectiveness and deliver varying aromas and flavors.
Humulene is one of the most common terpenes in cannabis, also called alpha-caryophyllene. Humulene combines earthy, woody, and spicy tastes. Beer lovers will particularly enjoy products with this terpene as hops and cannabis have humulene in common.
Types of Cannabis Terpenes
In 2021 CBD, Delta 8 THC, and other hemp-derived products are everywhere, and the market only keeps growing. More and more people now use one of these trending wellness products daily, and the growing demand for CBD and Delta 8 has resulted in the increased number of CBD brands and products.
Terpineol consists of four monoterpene alcohol isomers, with the most common form being alpha-terpineol or a-terpineol. More than 150 plants, including cannabis, eucalyptus, pine trees, and lilacs, contain terpineol. Terpinol is widely used as an aroma agent in soaps and perfumes due to its pleasant flavor. The scent is similar to lilac, which is popular in aromatherapy to induce a calming effect and reduce anxiety. Products containing this terpene may be effective for relaxation.
Aspects such as the origin of hemp, extraction methods, production methods, ingredients, packaging, third-party lab test results all define the quality of your hemp-derived products.
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